All India Bar Examination-XV: Over 1.20 lakh advocates to look for the examination at 154 facilities

NEW DELHI: The Bar Council of India (BCI) has mentioned that roughly 1,20,000 advocates are going to look for the All India Bar Examination (AIBE)-XV (15) which is scheduled to be held on January 24 at 154 centres in 52 cities of the nation.

To pursue a profession as a lawyer or advocate, clearing the AIBE is a prerequisite. AIBE is a national-level examination carried out by the BCI to evaluate whether or not provisionally enrolled advocates or contemporary regulation graduates have the aptitude to apply regulation.

Over the past examination, round 9 centres had been cancelled owing to reviews of utilization of unfair means. This time, the candidates who had appeared and given the examination on such centres, have been largely shifted to different centres, mentioned the BCI.

“No charge has been charged from such candidates this time. Although utilization of cell phones, digital devices usually are not allowed through the examination, nevertheless, as an extra measure, sign Jammers shall even be used at roughly 50 centres so as to additional be sure that nobody within the neighborhood is ready to use telephones or devices. It’s additional made clear that the interval from March 24, 2020, to March 31, 2021, had been exempted owing to the pandemic Covid-19 from being counted throughout the interval of two years (with impact from enrolment as an Advocate) for clearing/passing the All India Bar Examination,” BCI mentioned in an announcement.

Due to this fact, candidates who’ve proven/expressed their incapacity to look on this examination throughout the prescribed interval, owing to pandemic associated causes or in any other case can seem within the subsequent examination, which is slated to be held within the month of March/April 2021.

It’s to be famous that although a candidate has filed a writ case difficult the All India Bar Examination, nevertheless, his prayer for an ad-interim keep on AIBE-XV (scheduled for 24th January 2021) has not been allowed by the Supreme Court docket.

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